David Wojahn

David Wojahn’s most recent poetry collection, World Tree, was published in 2011 by the University of Pittsburgh Press and was the winner of the Academy of American Poets’ Lenore Marshall Prize. From the Valley of Making, a collection of essays…

KR Podcast with Carl Phillips

In this month’s podcast, Carl Phillips talks to Contributing Editor Andrew Grace about his writing process, whether or not one should want to be called a “poet’s poet” and, by acting for the past five years as judge for the…

Kathy Fagan

Kathy Fagan’s fifth collection of poems, Sycamore, is forthcoming from Milkweed Editions in 2016. Poems appearing here are from a manuscript in progress. She teaches poetry at Ohio State University. Her poem “Widows and Brides” can be found here. It…

Derek Mong

Derek Mong is the author of Other Romes (Saturnalia Books, 2011) and the poetry editor at Mantis. The recipient of fellowships and awards from the University of Wisconsin, the University of Louisville, and Missouri Review, he is currently finishing his…

KR Podcast with Rebecca McClanahan

Is memoir the most difficult genre to write well? In our latest podcast episode, Rebecca McClanahan tells contributing editor Andy Grace why she thinks so. She also speaks of her longstanding debate with editor David Lynn about the fundamental differences…

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